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OCS AH2 U5, L1

OCS AH 2 U5, L1

Imperialism Idea that one country can control another
Militarism When one country builds it military in order to scare other countries
Nationalism Belief that you country or culture is better than everyone else
Treaty of Versailles Peace agreement that ended World War I
Germany This country had to accept total blame for WWI
Appeasement When one country lets another country have its way to avoid war
Poland Country attacked by Germany in September 1939 - this started WWII
Axis Powers Alliance of Germany, Japan, and Italy
Allies Alliance of France, Great Britain, Soviet Union and US
Attack on Pearl Harbor This event caused the US to enter WWII
Battle of Stalingrad 6 month battle; one of the bloodiest; turning point in Eastern front for Allies
Battle of Normandy "D-Day" Invasion; Allies began to push back Germans from Western Front (France)
Battle of Midway Turning point in Pacific; after this Japanese navy were on the defensive
Battle of Berlin During this battle Hitler committed suicide
Holocaust Persecution and murder of 6 million Jews
Created by: karen.pharr